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In any case, it’s ridiculous to talk about freedom in a society dominated by huge corporations. What kind of freedom is there inside a corporation? They’re totalitarian institutions—you take orders from above and maybe give them to people below you. There’s about as much freedom as under Stalinism. Whatever rights workers have are guaranteed by the limited public authority that still exists.

When enormous, private, tyrannical institutions are granted the same rights as—or more rights than—human beings, freedom becomes something of a joke. The solution isn’t to undermine freedom—it’s to undermine the private tyrannies.

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Only that which can destroy itself is truly alive

C.G. Jung, Psychology and Alchemy (via nuduty-is-divine)

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Acid Rain Meltdown.

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"There is perhaps no better demonstration of the folly of human conceits than this distant image of our tiny world. To me, it underscores our responsibility to deal more kindly with one another and to preserve and cherish the pale blue dot, the only home we’ve ever known." - Carl Sagan

Seldom is there a photograph so breathtakingly beautiful that it can alter your perspective about your place in the Cosmos. Last year, the Cassini probe orbiting Saturn took such a photo showing the Earth as seen from the outer Solar System.

Encapsulated within this photograph is a reminder of how incredibly small we are and also how far we’ve come as a species. Photographs, such as this, give us pause and remind us of the common bonds we all share and of the insignificance of that which divides us. Take a moment to appreciate this Pale Blue Dot we all share.

Watch The Pale Blue Dot created by Reid Gower for The Sagan Series: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=923jxZY2NPI

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Horse V. Acrylic on Canvas, 48 x 60”, 2013.

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